Possible UFO Sighting? San Diego UFO Photographed Over Historical Edgemoor Barn

What exactly did Ellen Henry photograph in the sky above Santee, Calif., on May 7? "It was ...

What exactly did Ellen Henry photograph in the sky above Santee, Calif., on May 7? "It was clear and certainly not a bug," Henry told local ABC TV affiliate News 10.Henry is a member of the Santee Historical Society (SHS) located in San Diego County and, according to the SanteePatch, was taking pictures of a historical building, the Edgemoor Barn.

"I was at the Edgemoor property, in the middle of the day, to take pics of the barn to update the SHS barn logo. I was constantly looking up and around the area, including the sky's background, so I can get it just right, and not at anytime did I see anything in the sky or heard a sound of an aircraft," she said.

It wasn't until after she took the picture that Henry realized her camera had captured something else that she hadn't previously seen.

"I noticed a 'speck' on my LCD screen after I took the shot to check for clarity, and only realized it wasn't a speck when I downloaded it on my computer."

The Edgemoor Barn -- now a museum -- just celebrated its 100th birthday. It was once part of a hospital facility and has developed a reputation for paranormal activity, including alleged ghost sightings.

"The barn sits under several flight paths," said Janet Kwak in her on-air 10News report. "We called Gillespie Field and MCAS Miramar (Marine Corps Air Station), but neither could offer an explanation."

"There is no way this was a commercial aircraft," Henry said. "I would have heard it, especially as low as it seemed to be. Someone did mention perhaps it was a drone. However, I have not seen any drones that were round or oval, and lacking wings, rudders or propellers -- even the drone that looks like a fly has wings."

Another unusual thing happened: Henry reports that right after she snapped the UFO, her camera mysteriously stopped working.



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